Human beings own nothing more valuable than their own stories: Should we not teach our kids to tell theirs?
Dr. Rick Stevenson, an award winning Filmmaker and Philosopher who has introduced Guided Verbal Journaling as a means of helping individuals worldwide unlock their Emotional Immune Systems joins Enterprise Radio.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Dr. Rick Stevenson discuss the following:
- You’re the founder of the organisation The 5000 Days Project. What do you do and what does the 5000 relate to?
- Why is being able to tell your story so important?
- What outcomes do you see?
- Share some advice with Teachers, Parents and anyone who has responsibility for kids especially in this 8 – 14 years zone.
- How can they access your program for their children?
Dr Rick Stevenson has conducted over 5500 deeply personal interviews with kids and teens from 12 countries using his StoryQ method of inquiry, which is dedicated to raising childhood emotional intelligence. He believes that teaching young people to tell the most difficult story they’ll ever tell—their own—unlocks their potential from within. His own story ranges from earning a Doctorate at Oxford University to directing, producing, and writing 12 movies and 100 hours of television, working with stars like Robert Redford, Hugh Grant, Meg Ryan, and Patrick Dempsey. He’s also an author, husband, and a father of four.
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